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Indian festival opens with a film about caste and crime

The London Indian Film Festival opens with 'Article 15', a title that references the Indian constitution's prohibition of discrimination based on caste, religion, race or sex.
from London Indian Film Festival on May 11, 2019.

Refugee Week events at Shakespeare's Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe is marking Refugee Week (17-23 June) with stories of migration and belonging.
from The Globe on May 9, 2019.

The noise made when two small islands collide

Andrea Levy’s novel, 'Small Island', takes on new life on stage, telling the story of journeys from Jamaica to Britain, to the year the Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury.
from National Theatre on Apr 22, 2019.

Don't look away

When confronted with a human face of the refugee crisis, a cleaner tries to find balance between her family and philanthropy, between pragmatism and the need to do good
from NOVAEtheatre on Apr 1, 2019.

Tongues on Fire goes for revolution

This year's theme for the world’s longest-running South Asian film festival outside India, the UK Asian Film Festival, is ‘Revolution’.
from UK Asian Film Festival on Mar 11, 2019.

London meets the best of contemporary Arab culture

Two key events have increased interest in working with Arab artists in the UK, says the Shubbak festival artistic director: "One was 9/11. The other was the Arab Spring."
from Run Riot! on Mar 10, 2019.

Factual films from the Arab world

BBC Arabic Festival screens shorts and documentaries about social and political changes + Q&As and talks about non-fiction filmmaking in the Arab world - and it's all free.
from BBC Arab Festival on Feb 24, 2019.

Rights on screen

It's back - the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
from Human Rights Watch Film Festival on Feb 24, 2019.

Do you love the planet enough to be a whistleblower?

Play that invites audiences to question their own moral and social responsibility in an age of climate change and global warming.
from Tristan Bates Theatre on Feb 8, 2019.

Blood Knot revival

Can two brothers free themselves from the enduring prejudices provoked by the different shades of their skin? A revival of South African playwright Athol Fugard’s play.
from Orange Tree Theatre on Jan 19, 2019.